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  • 31 Jan 2014 4:03 PM | Deleted user

    An 88% rise in the number of workers in the financial services sector 'blowing the whistle' on white collar crime could lead to an increase in prosecutions in 2014. 


  • 31 Jan 2014 4:02 PM | Deleted user

    Agriculture and Rural Development Minister Michelle O’Neill has reminded the public of the existence of a fraud hotline within DARD if they wish to raise any concerns in confidence. 


  • 24 Jan 2014 4:06 PM | Deleted user

    The analysis of fraud trends during 2013 by CIFAS – the UK's Fraud Prevention Service reveals a surprising mix of apparently good and equally alarming news about fraud. 


  • 24 Jan 2014 4:04 PM | Deleted user

    Audit firms need to improve their approach to identifying fraud risks factors when assessing the risk of material misstatement in the financial statements as a result of fraud. 


  • 21 Jan 2014 4:08 PM | Deleted user

    ZyLAB, leading provider of eDiscovery and Information Risk Management solutions, publishes a new whitepaper on fraud prevention and detection


  • 21 Jan 2014 4:06 PM | Deleted user

    A one and a half day Supreme Court hearing is scheduled to begin on 24 March to decide whether LLP members should be protected by whistleblowing legislation. 


  • 03 Jan 2014 4:09 PM | Deleted user

    Security expert Alex Balan of BullGuard nails his top 10 security predictions to the mast.


  • 29 Dec 2013 4:09 PM | Deleted user

    Conscience, fear and the possibility of financial reward have spurred whistleblowers to offer information to regulators, raising the number of tip-offs to new highs


  • 16 Dec 2013 4:10 PM | Deleted user

    Major kudos to Public Concern at Work (PCW), the highly regarded UK whistleblower charity, for its recent report on how best to advance whistleblowing. 


  • 10 Dec 2013 4:11 PM | Deleted user

    Encouraging the wrongdoers to come forward, confess their antitrust transgressions, expose their co-conspirators, and receive absolution or some form of leniency in return. 



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